How do you pay for reading buses?

How do you pay for reading buses?

Contactless – we now accept contactless payments on all our buses. Simply ask for your ticket from the driver and pay by tapping your card on the reader.

What age for a bus pass in reading?

Reading Borough residents who turned 60 on or before 5 April 2010 are entitled to a free bus pass on all local buses in the Reading urban area between 9.30am and 11pm, Monday to Friday and anytime at weekends and on bank holidays. Residents who turn 60 on or after 6 April 2010 should check eligibility.

How long is the bus ride from Shinfield to Reading?

The fastest bus normally takes 14 min. Operated by Reading Buses, the Shinfield to Reading bus service departs from Shinfield, Church Lane and arrives in Reading Town Centre, London Street Foot. Typically 583 buses run weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.

How to get from Reading to Shinfield without a car?

The best way to get from Reading to Shinfield without a car is to line 3 bus which takes 22 min and costs £2. How long does it take to get from Reading to Shinfield? The line 3 bus from Reading Town Centre, Market Place to Shinfield, Church Lane takes 22 min including transfers and departs every four hours.

What is happening to the bus shelters in reading?

Reading Borough Council will be replacing the bus shelters in Station Road, Reading during the period 9 – 26 September 2019. Greenwave Throughout this period, greenwave services will be relocated to Friar Street stop FN in order that stop SD may be used by services displaced from their normal bus stops.

Why is the school Green bus stop in Reading closed?

School Green Bus Stop. The northbound (towards Reading) School Green bus stop will be out of use from Monday 9 September 2019 for approximately 16 weeks. This is due to the reconstruction of the roundabout. A temporary bus stop is located about 20 yards further along Hollow Lane.